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Yumaro NDIS Hooked on Fishing Trip

Fun and friendship were the order of the day when Gavin, Neil and Laurie joined Steve for our latest fishing tour to Narooma and the pristine backwaters of Wagonga Inlet. 67 more words


Business Cards

In prep work for the awaited eHealth Expo 2018 & Hacking Health, it’s fitting for as much work as possible to go towards helping Network. Slim Business Cards have been the most effective way so far, which leads to a similar form of these being developed on Sun 3.6.18. A preview should soon appear…


Baby steps ...

Starting with a slow entry of Online & Social Media, today marks another footstep! Having planned a basic structure: eMail, website, Twitter & Google Plus were started in Sat of w’end before the eHealth Expo 2018. 20 more words


How do I get started? Do I need a referral?

You can use the NDIS Access Checklist to test if you think you might be eligible for the NDIS support. If you think you are then you can… 188 more words


People With Disability Under The NDIS Scheme

This article provides information for people who are interested in becoming an NDIS participant. Here you will know what NDIS can fund and how the entitled people can apply. 335 more words

Disability Service Providers SA

NDIS mini break highlights

“I achieved lots of my goals this weekend!” Said Jay while traveling home from three days of activities at Penrith and the Blue Mountains.

Jay’s fully inclusive NDIS mini break from VIP Private Tours included: accommodation in a modern home, all meals, VIP seats at Penrith Stadium to see the Panthers play the Dragons, day trip to the stunning Blue Mountains and Aboriginal Cultural Experience at the Waradah Centre, Aqua Golf and a simulated skydive at Panthers and iFly Downunder. 16 more words


NACCHO Aboriginal Health and #NDIS News : 1. Aboriginal people with disabilities and their families need our support and 2. the Ombudsman releases report into the National Disability Insurance Agency's handling of reviews

 ” In 2014 the Australian government commenced rolling out the NDIS. But Aboriginal participation in the new scheme remains unacceptably low.

This means that despite increases in the funding available, there is a real danger that without culturally appropriate services, supports and pathways the Aboriginal community will not get access to all of the opportunities that the NDIS represents. 1,892 more words

Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service